Minutes of the
City Hall: Price,
August 23, 2006, 5:30 p.m.
Human Resource Director,
Others Present: Sean Watkins, Chuck Watkins, Kaye Rasmussen, Jason Rasmussen, Amy Rasmussen, Terri Watkins, C.J. McManus, Paul BeDont
Mayor Piccolo led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll was called with the above members in attendance.
1. PUBLIC INPUT
2. COUNCILMEMBERS REPORT - Update
The Mayor and Councilmembers presented an update on the activities and functions in which they have participated.
3. VISIONARY SERVICE LEADER AWARD-Amy Rasmussen
The recipient of the August 2006 Visionary Service Leader Award is Amy Rasmussen, for her community work and dedication with the local Miss Carbon County, Little Miss Carbon County and Miss Outstanding Teen pageants.
4. DELAYNA’S HAIR SALON & PRESCHOOL, BILL VANDESLUIS PHOTOGRAPHY-Home Occupied Businesses
Community Director Nick Tatton reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission gave a favorable recommendation for the following requests for a Home Occupied Permit.
a. Delayna’s Hair Salon & Preschool- 1483 Sagewood Rd- Delayna Barr, Owner-Business Final
b. Bill Vandesluis Photography-876 N. 400 E.-Bill Vandesluis, Owner-Business Final
MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved that the businesses be approved for Home Occupancy Permits, upon their purchase of a business license. Motion seconded by Councilmember Hanna-Smith and carried.
5. SOUTHERN CUSTOM AND COLLISION, ENCORE DANCE STUDIO, AUTO ALLEY-Conditional Use Permits
Community Director, Nick Tatton reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission gave a favorable recommendation for the following requests for Conditional Use Permits.
a. Southern Custom and Collision-140 E. 100 So.-Noah Behunin, Owner-Business & Sign
Contingent upon obtaining a Fire Inspection
b. Encore Dance Studio-140 N. Cedarhills Dr.-Julia Tatton, Owner-Business & Sign
c. Auto Alley-150 N. Carbonville Rd. - Amendment-Fred Jones, Owner
Approval of Amendment based on contingencies set forth by Planning Commission
MOTION. Councilmember Tatton moved that the requests for Conditional Use Permits for each of the businesses be approved upon the purchase of a business license, subject to the contingencies specified by the Planning and Zoning Commission. Motion seconded by Councilmember Davis and carried.
CONSENT ITEMS - MOTION. Councilmember Tatton moved that Items #6 through #18 be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember McEvoy and carried.
6. MINUTES- August 9, 2006, August 15, 2006
7. BUILDING MAINTENANCE-Cleaning Services Agreement and Contract with Clean Masters & Sons, Inc.-
8. INTERNATIONAL DAYS- Payment to Chamber of Commerce.
GARDENS-Band to play at Recovery Month activity in
11. AUDIT CONTRACT-Smuin, Rich & Marsing Contract Approval.
TATTON-Travel Approved-IEDC Economic Impact Analysis,
14. RESOLUTION #2006-20 – Job Description for Victim Advocate
TREATMENT PLANT-Purchase of a
A replacement motor is needed at the water treatment plant for the flocculation basin. Two out of three units have already been purchased and this is the third one that will replace an original unit (1961). Permission is requested to purchase this motor unit along with the speed reducer, adapter and electronic controller, from Energy Management Corporation (single source specialized vendor). Price Quote is $3,563.59 and it is a budgeted item.
Eaton Architecture has submitted an invoice in the amount of $1,182.13 for work to complete the soils report.
17. UDOT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT-Pedestrian Safety Sidewalk Funds
18. JUVENILE COURT RESTORATIVE JUSTICE CONFERENCE- October 12-13, 2006
for the following
19. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND-$60,000 Write Off from Swimming Pool
The Capital Improvement Fund still has a $60,000 borrowed debt incurred from the money lent to the swimming pool years ago for a plumbing project they needed to complete. Due to the current revenue of the pool, the $60,000 will never be something that can be paid back to the Capital Improvement Fund. MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved to remove the $60,000 from the Capital Improvement Fund. Motion seconded by Councilmember McEvoy and carried.
20. SWIMMING POOL-Implementation of a Restricted Fund in the Pool Fund
There is a need to implement a
restricted fund in the pool fund to allow
21. LIBRARY- Change Library to a Department within the General Fund.
The Library is currently under a special revenue fund which at the time it was set up, was probably created to receive grants or other special funding. It has not and needs to be set up as its own department within the General Fund, effective 7/1/07. MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved to accept the change in the General Fund. Motion seconded by Councilmember Davis and carried.
Kathy Hanna-Smith presented her concerns with the Price City Billboard on
Highway 6 near Exit 240 and the changes necessary to make a difference in its appearance.
The billboard needs to be rejuvenated with a new sign or something to brighten
the billboard. There is a new slogan being used by
Item #24 involved members of Mayor Piccolo’s family and he left the meeting voluntarily at 6:13p.m.
MOTION. Per the provisions established in Ordinance #2002-001, Councilmember Nielson moved that Councilmember Davis be appointed Mayor Pro-Tempore to deal with Item#24. Motion seconded by Councilmember McEvoy and carried.
24. ECONOMIC VITALITY LOAN FUND-Fat Man Paintball
Additional funding has been requested for the business of Fat Man Paintball. Community Director, Nick Tatton met with the loan committee on August 22nd and received approval for the additional funding under the loan terms as Fat Man Paintball has a desirable loan payment history. MOTION. Councilmember Nielson moved to approve the loan to Fat Man Paintball. Motion seconded by Councilmember Tatton and carried.
25. RETURN OF MAYOR PICCOLO
MOTION. Councilmember Davis moved that Mayor Piccolo return and chair the meeting. Motion seconded by Councilmember McEvoy and carried.
Mayor Piccolo returned to the meeting at 6:14p.m.
26. FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM (AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM)-BUSINESS NOTIFICATION LETTER
notification letter will be sent to local building owners with fire suppression
systems. Fire Chief, Paul BeDont has received
27. PRWID- Update
PRWID has recently hired Lewis Young Robertson and
28. COMMUNITY PLAYGROUND- Update
Nielson Construction has been donating the excavation work in their free time. The power line will be trenched soon after the excavation with the building date still set for Sept. 11-16th. There will be temporary construction signs covering the direction signs to the playground until the project is complete. The temporary signs will direct all volunteers to the construction site. The opening ceremony will be at 7 p.m. on September 16th, 2006.
29. DISCUSSION ITEMS-
30. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
a. Emil Simone Complaint - 11-05
b. Buck and Claudia Moynier-Road- 7/06
MOTION. Councilmember Smith moved that the meeting adjourn and that the Price City Community Development and Renewal Agency convene. Motion seconded by Councilmember Nielson and carried.
Meeting adjourned at 6:40 p.m.
City Council reconvened at 6:44 p.m.
Meeting adjourned at 7:05 p.m.